An early morning accident on Sunday led to the closure of M-57 while Consumers Energy replaced a utility pole — leaving some without power. The Greenville Department of Public Safety responded to an accident where a vehicle struck a utility pole at about 12:48 a.m. on Sunday at the corner of E. Washington (M-57) and Maple streets.
A free webcast will be presented on Thursday to help people understand addiction and why it might consume so many people. “The Origins of Addiction,” will be presented from 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday at the Mid-Michigan District Health Department in Stanton in rooms A and B. Through the webcast, people will learn how the brain has evolved to adapt to life changes, how the brain is fragile but built to protect itself and how addiction changes the brain.
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The regular season is over for the Montabella Mustangs wrestling team. Now, it’s postseason time. With that, attention has turned toward the upcoming Central Michigan Athletic Conference tournament and quickly following, the Division 4 team district tournament at Carson City-Crystal.
Welcome to winter! After a rare year’s suspending of the hoary blasts of Michigan winters, we seem to have returned to at least a reflection of winters past, albeit in a still yet milder form.
School safety dominated the roundtable discussion at the Carson City-Crystal Area Schools Board of Education meeting on Jan. 14. The discussion was in part because of recent committee meetings and group and individual inputs in response to the Newtown school tragedy.
Zooming across the white, powdery desert of snow upon Crystal Lake, Ben Clevenger was having the time of his life. The Stanton resident, sitting atop his classic 1972 Snow Pony vintage snowmobile, was one of dozens of snowmobilers who brought their sleds to Crystal Lake Saturday during the Crystal Lake Winter Festival, speeding on the frozen tundra with nothing but miles of fresh snow and solid ice to enjoy as a driving surface.
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For three generations, Lincoln Insurance Agency in Lakeview has catered to the insurance needs of area residents.
If there is one thing constant in Dean Harter’s life, it’s work. His Greenville business, Sage’s Meat Processing, which he runs with his wife, Kim, has him working so often that their oldest daughter has decided to hold her graduation open house at the store to assure he attends the event.